|I.T.A. Topographical and General Survey 1942/3|
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Location and Brief Description:
Truagh village comprises a R.C. Church, C.C.’s house, unlicensed shop and a few other scattered houses. Another scattered hamlet with N. School, teacher’s house, etc. called Sallybank is located one mile distant. The isolation of Truagh from its parent parish of Doonass forms its one peculiarity. The parish of Broadford (diocese Killaloe) and Parteen (Limerick diocese) dovetail into, and cuts it off, from, so the C.C. of Truagh, as well as the P.P. of Doonass in their approaches to each other, or to their flock, must pass through a mile belt of other parochial and diocesan preserves. This creates a difficulty for the clergy in locating their flock, and is unique in the Killaloe diocese.
Brief comments on water supply and sewerage:
Churches and Services
Social Clubs, Cultural Societies, &c.
Important public buildings
(Give brief notes on architectural features)
I.T.A. Topographical and General Survey 1942/3